Facts And Figures: All-Star Challenge

0 - Bobby Labonte has never won the NASCAR All-Star Challenge despite two runner-up finishes, four top-fives and six top-10s.
1 - There was only one leader in both the 1990 and 1991 NASCAR All-Star Challenges. Dale Earnhardt led all 70 laps en route to his second NASCAR All-Star Challenge victory in 1990 and Davey Allison led all 70 laps to his first victory in 1991.
2 - Only twice have drivers won the NASCAR All-Star Challenge on their first try: in the race's debut Darrell Waltrip won, and in 2000, Dale Earnhardt Jr. won.
3 - The number of laps in qualifying to determine the starting positions for the NASCAR All-Star Challenge. Qualifying also includes a pit stop for four new tires.
4 - Sterling Marlin has won the NEXTEL Open four times.
5 - Bill Elliott won qualifying for the NASCAR All-Star Challenge five times.
6 - Dale Earnhardt Jr. has five top-10 finishes in six NASCAR All-Star Challenge starts.
7 - Seven active drivers have won the NASCAR All-Star Challenge.
10 - In 2004, there were 10 lead changes during the NASCAR All-Star Challenge among six drivers.
11 - The number of finishers in last year's NASCAR All-Star Challenge. Half the field didn't finish the race.
12 - Anywhere from six to 12 cars are inverted for the start of the second segment of the NASCAR All-Star Challenge. A random drawing during the mandatory 10-minute pit stop between the first and second segments determines the number.
16 - Last year's winner, Mark Martin, has been to 16 NASCAR All-Star Challenge races and has won twice.
22 - This year marks the 22nd annual NASCAR All-Star Challenge.
135 - The length in laps of the NASCAR All-Star Challenge race.
1985 - The first year of the NASCAR All-Star Challenge, with the race held on May 24 at Lowe's Motor Speedway.
70,000 - The purse the winning Pit Crew Challenge team receives.
1,005,000 - The purse for the winner of the NASCAR All-Star Challenge.
1,963,739 - Mark Martin's career winnings for the NASCAR All-Star Challenge race, the most of any driver.

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